Christopher A. Quizhpe

Christopher A. Quizhpe

Selden, NY, US

View Portfolio


                        Hello to all reading my profile. My name is Christopher A. Quizhpe and i graduated The New York Institute Of Technology in 2012. I am interested in creating spaces where people can build memories and cherish time. I want to be close to people who think about design like some people think about movies. I believe that we all can make a difference in the community and that design can mold the future.I currently work in the present and hope to meet you in the future.


Christopher A. Quizhpe


Joe Bello Architect PC, Amityville, NY, US, Junior Architect

- Designed new residential homes and new commercial spaces.

- Worked with Various trades to complete projects from inception to completion.

- Currently lead the legalization and permits department in the firm.

- Work directly under the principal to further the company brand.

- Mentor and hire freelancers and interns when applicable.

Jun 2014 - current

The Building Surveying Corp., New York, NY, US, Project Manager

- Worked with owner on construction documents.

- Drafted existing conditions for residential & commercial projects.

- Created various drawings including plans, sections, elevations for historical buildings.

- Coordinated with various architects , owners & consultants to create the desired product.

Jun 2013 - Jun 2014

WMW Architects, Hawthorne, NY, US, Architectural Intern

- Worked with architects to select products for interior planning.

- Drafted and developed architectural ideas for submissions .

- Developed a close working relationship with clients in order to create a design that represented the clients want and needs.

- Coordinated outside consultant such as Lighting, Structural and various others.

May 2012 - Jun 2013

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, US, Architectural Intern

-Planned, directed and coordinated administrative activities to ensure all phases of construction are accomplished according to schedule.

-Performed daily communication and coordination with multiple field and office, personnel, sub−contractors, suppliers, vendors, design staff.

-Assisted engineers and architects with design development & construction documents.

May 2008 - Jul 2009


New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Old Westbury, NY, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Students in the program concentrate their studies in advanced computer aided design (CAD). With a focus in advanced CAD. candidate undertakes upper-level courses on the use of computers in areas such as the preparation of construction drawing, the planning of advanced structures, and the preparation of three-dimensional visual representations, as well as the use of computers in modern construction management. Upper-level courses in contract management, construction supervision, and real estate fundamentals.
Two semesters of design fundamentals in the first-year design studios introduce the student to the basic principals of 3-D design through a series of composition, planning, and introductory design problems. In the second year, progressively more demanding problems, in addition to significant building design analysis exercises, are undertaken.

In the third year, students are required to solve architectural problems involving small but increasingly complex building programs. Urban, community, and building design programs requiring inventive structural systems are emphasized in the fourth year.
In the fourth and final year of the curriculum, the student is required to complete a capstone Project Integration Studio in which all aspects of a building's design and architectural technology are fully explored and integrated into one comprehensive exercise. Although the design studios form the core of the experience at the School of Architecture and Design, complementary avenues of study and inquiry operate as essential aspects of the program and the training of students. Courses in architectural history introduce the student to the history of the built domain from the earliest times to the present. Methods of historical building design analysis and interpretation are introduced to the student through the study of great architectural monuments, as well as through the study of cities. Architectural history is introduced not only as a chronology of building development, but as a body of knowledge, an anthology, that serves as a tool in the design process. In addition to the survey courses, the school offers history seminars in areas such as architectural theory, the history of building technology, and the history of urban planning

Jan 2009 - May 2012

Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY, US, Architectural Technologies- A.A.S Degree

This program is designed for students interested in training for technician-level positions
with architecture, construction and engineering firms. The program places emphasis on architecture
and structures to prepare students for positions such as architectural drafters, estimators, energy
auditors, materials testers and construction supervisors.

Jan 2006 - May 2009

Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY, US, Advanced Architectural Drafting Degree

This one-year program is intended for students who wish to begin a career in computer-assisted drafting and design, update their existing professional skills. Emphasis is on CAD drawing for architecture, construction, design illustration and presentation.

The rapid expansion of computer graphics is creating many new and exciting career opportunities. Graduates will be prepared for entry-level positions with architectural offices, construction and engineering firms, communications and manufacturing companies and government agencies.

Jan 2006 - May 2009

Areas of Specialization